Jelly Bean AOKP ROM for Galaxy S2 Mobile phones are now here, and users can be sure to install and check it out!
- Keep in mind, that the ROM itself comes with lots of customization options, this particular one, doesn’t. Because of how new the ROM is. This is a cool way to get a little Jelly Bean and AOKP rocking! In the works is a smoother interface, better overall mobile experience, improved notifications, offline voice typing and a smart keyboard. These features that are being worked on are thanks to senior XDA developer Rushabh25 , who has released the AOKP ROM for Galaxy S2 mobile phone!
Because this is a new ROM and it is still being worked on, remember that it’s not suited for an “everyday phone”. Only for those interested in trying out Jelly Bean on their devices!
Important Before Installing AOKP ROM on Galaxy S2
Before Installing XWLPO ROM on Galaxy S2, be sure to completely back up your device. Just incase problems arise, you can restore and backup the device to return it to where it was. Backup all of your SMS, Contacts, Call Logs, APN Settings, and necessary applications using Astro File Manger).
Enable USB Debugging on your device, To Enable Go To Settings >> Applications >> Development and check whether USB Debugging is checked or not.
Follow These Simple Steps To Install AOKP ROM on Galaxy S2
- First Install ClockworkMod Recovery on your device.
- Download the latest version of the AOKP ROM from the official development page.
- Copy all downloaded files to the internal SD Card.
- Turn off the mobile phone and reboot into ClockworkMod Recovery. To do this, turn on your device by pressing and hold Volume UP + Home + Power, and wait for the device to start.
- Select “wipe data/factory reset” then select Yes on the next screen to confirm.
- Now, select Install zip from sdcard then “choose zip from sdcard” after that select the ROM file that we had transferred earlier to the device.
- Now, using the same procedure install the google apps package.
- After the installation is successful. Go back to the main recovery menu and select “reboot system now”.
If all went well, congratulations! You’ve successfully installed Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on your mobile phone.